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Morality, Religion and Contemporary Laws Move in the Same Channel in their Purposes: An appraisal

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Abstracts

Morality, religion and law are primordial and they regulate the conduct of every human being over the time. The sources of morality, religion and law have been said to be different; as a result, they perform different purposes in the society with respect to the activities involving mankind. This work examines whether morality, religion and contemporary law move in the same channel in their purposes. The work adopted a doctrinal method of research through a primary and secondary data collection such as the Constitution, Criminal Code, Statutes, textbooks, journal, articles, and internet materials. This work also examines the analysis of morality, religion in Christianity perspective and relevant laws respectively and the work concludes that morality, religion and contemporary law move in the same channel of their purpose to promote love and unity in the society.

Authors: Adesoji Kolawole Adebayo, Josephine Adejoke Aina